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17 December 2005 @ 02:11 am
Owls to the Weasley Children  

My dear, sweet Fred,

Can you forgive your crazy old Mum for sending you that horrible Howler? I read the Daily Prophet this morning and I think that Rita Skeeter woman has gone wonkers! And then that Quibbler article with Professor Snape's interview and what had actually happened - I should have known you kids would never behave that way, attacking Severus Snape and snogging a Slytherin. You must be in a wretched state, having been charmed and such. Please come home Fred, so we can talk and your Mum can make you a nice bit of something to eat.

I love you,

P.S. Please keep an eye on Ginny. It's dangerous with all this talk of Death Eaters, so I need you boys need to watch out for her.

George, my boy,

I read the Daily Prophet and The Quibbler this morning, and I am so sorry about the Howler I sent you and Fred yesterday. I was so angry after reading that lying Skeeter woman's first article, I didn't stop to think that my boys would never behave so badly in publlic. I should have known something was not on. Please come home soon, so we can talk.

I love you,

P.S. Please keep an eye on Ginny. It's dangerous with all this talk of Death Eaters, so I need boys need to watch out for her.

My sweet Ronald,

Your Mum is so sorry about sending that Howler to you yesterday. I read the papers this morning and know all about the charm or curse or whatever it is those bloody Death Eaters did to you. I should have known better than to think you'd be snogging Lucius Malfoy's son in public if you weren't under some kind of dark magic. Although, you will have to explain to me how Draco Malfoy could possibly be related to a desire of yours. I'm a bit foggy on all the details on the charm.

Please come home soon, son. Your father and I are worried about all of you. And bring Hermione and Harry as well, we'd love to see them.

I love you,

P.S. Please keep an eye on Ginny. It's dangerous with all this talk of Death Eaters, so I need you boys need to watch out for her.

Ginevra, my darling daughter,

How are you feeling this morning, dear? I read the papers and am worried sick about you and your brothers. Please don't travel alone and be sure to keep in sight of your brothers. Come home soon and send an owl to let us know you are alright.

I love you,

Current Mood: guiltyguilty
Ginny Weasley: nevginn_tonic on December 17th, 2005 09:40 pm (UTC)
Dear Mum,
I'm well this morning, how are you? I spent the night at Remus's with Harry and Hermione. It was really nice. Well, by morning, it was really nice. Things were still a bit intense last night what with all of the craziness afoot.
But as you can see, I was not in sight of any of the boys, and I still managed to surround myself with two of the most capable wizards in Britain, at the house of an Order Member. See, Mum? I'm alright. But I know you're just worried because you love me, so I won't make a point of going on about it anymore, or talking about how I'm a grown woman that associates with aurors.
I'll come home tomorrow. I'll see if I can't bring some strays along with me.

Mum, your present to Harry was really good. A lot was happening all at once last night but it really meant something to him, I could tell. Give Dad a kiss for me.
redhead_mum on December 18th, 2005 01:51 am (UTC)
Dear Ginny,

I know you're a grown woman dear, but that's why I worry about you. Things are much more dangerous for a young, attractive witch on her own these days. Please, just promise your Mum that you will be careful. And let your brothers watch over you, you are lucky to have them.

I am glad to hear you were spending time with Harry and Hermione. How are you and Harry getting along?

I am so glad Harry enjoyed his present. I do hope that boy sticks around this time.

Your Dad sends his love. We both can't wait to see you!

I need to run dear. I must clean up The Burrow and get a spot of food on the fire if you're bringing home company.

Ginny Weasleyginn_tonic on December 19th, 2005 01:38 am (UTC)
Dearest Mum,
I'm in a bit of a rush, running out to meet Hermione, so forgive this for being short.

I promise I will be careful, and you know I'm grateful for the boys, they take wonderful care of me.

Harry and I are getting along fine. It's odd to have him back. But he's home.

Don't make too much fuss Mum, it's just us. See you tomorrow night. Thanks for everything.